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Bank To Commence BVN Registration For 774,000 SPW Jobs

Heritage Bank Plc has said it is set to commence the account opening with Bank Verification Numbers for the earmarked 774,000 participants of the Special

Airtel Suffers Service Disruption, Compensates Customers

On Monday, social media was agog with information that Airtel was sharing free N1,000 airtime to its subscribers.While many of the subscribers did not know

FG Begins N75bn Support Fund Disbursement This Week

The Federal Government will start paying grants to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises that are successful to partake in the N75bn COVID-19 support schemes from

#EndSARS: Airlines Increase Cost Of Domestic Flights

Following the ongoing protests against police brutality in the country, airfares on domestic routes have increased.The increase in the price regime was reflected by several

NNPC’s Liabilities Exceed Assets By N4.4tn – Report

Liabilities of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) as a group exceeded assets of the oil firm by N4.4tn in 2019, the just released audited financial

FG, States, LGAs Share N639.9bn In September

The Federation Accounts Allocation Committee (FAAC) has revealed that the sum of N639.901 billion from the federation account revenue was shared to the Federal, States,

WAMCO To Launch Dairy Development Centre

FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria Plc in partnership with key stakeholders is set to unveil Nigeria’s first expertise centre for dairy development.The initiative tagged ‘Centre for Nigerian

Tecno Unveils New Operating System

TECNO has announced the release of the latest version of its operating system, HiOS 7.A statement by the company on Tuesday said the latest version

BUA, FAVA sign pact

Foods and manufacturing giant BUA Group, yesterday, announced the signing of an agreement with FAVA of Italy for the supply and installation of a pasta

2021 Budget: MDAs Get N20bn For Electricity, Local Contractors

The Federal Government plans to settle the electricity bills of its ministries, departments and agencies with N5bn and offset the debts of local contractors with